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the first night of the curfew in baltimore appears to be a success despite a few skirmishes, most residents stayed off the streets. schools reopen this morning. >> emotional testimony as survivors describe the night james holmes opened fire inside a colorado theater killing 12. clayton sandell is covering the trial. >> 911 calls capture pure chaos. >> there are people dead everywhere. one of the guys we came here with is dead. oh my god. >> when the shooting stopped. >> i knew he had been shot in the head. >> reporter: katie medley thought her husband kaleb was dead. she was 9 months pregnant. >> i grabbed his hand and he actually squeezed my hand and i told him that i loved him. and that i would take care of our baby if he didn't make it. >> reporter: kaleb still in surgery missed the birth of his healthy son hugo.
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he cannot walk. he lost an eye and has trouble speaking. >> that guy was sean. >> both sides are battling over the admitted gunman's mental state. prosecutors playing video monday where he tells a psychiatrist dead victims are worth more than the injured. >> i only count fatalities. >> the defense showing its own clips of holmes in jail throwing himself off his bed, slamming into a wall. >> we've now heard from a veteran police sergeant who choked up on the stand describing his effort to try and save a 6-year-old girl who later died. he testified he's never seen anything like what he found in that theater. clayton sandell, abc news centennial colorado. >> that will hero teacher in washington state who tackled a student gunman speaking out. britney olson insists he did what any of his colleagues would do. it was safety first when a 16-year-old fired a .357 magnum twice inside the school. his reaction prevented a tragedy possibly and maybe spared the
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suspect from being shot by police. >> i saw a weapon. he had fired it already. my first thought was keep him from firing it again. >> olson is uncomfortable he says with the word hero. nobody hurt. the student who was a recent transfer to the school is now in custodien an later told detectives he didn't plan to hurt anyone. >> olson insisted he acted on instinct. his wife said they discussed what he would do in a situation like this. he told her if i'm close, i'm going for it. she couldn't be any more proud of him. >> who knows what might have happened. but man, that story had a good ending. we'll see what happens to that young man though. >> many coming up, something truly tasty from the insomniac kitchen. >> extra ingredients to give your grilled cheese sandwich a gourmet flavor. that's next.
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>> what is a surf shack doing in midtown manhattan? serving up some delicious treats. we'll do a new twist on a classic. what was the inspiration for building this? >> we figured why not welcome summer with some lobster grilled cheese. seafood. it's national grilled cheese month. >> you are speaking my language when you use the words lobster and grilled cheese in the same sentence. those are two of my absolute favorite things. and i really cannot wait to eat this. >> we have some sliced brioche with three different types of cheeses. then we have mayonnaise made with preserved lemon and herbs like tarragon chives and dill. and we have some cooked maine lobster. >> this is a fans grilled cheese to be sure, but people can do this at home right? >> absolutely absolutely. >> show me how. >> we're going to take each slice of bread. >> can i take this too? >> sure. >> i'm going to do it myself, as well. >> we're going to take some of
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the lobster meat. >> okay. >> and then we're going to take some of this dressing. okay? and then we're going to stir it up. >> easy peasy i can do this. >> we're going to place it on the bread. >> all righty. it smells so good. all right. >> all right. finish it with a little bit of lemon zest. >> a little sauce. pop it right back on the top? >> there we go. that's a rap. >> let's go ahead and get these gried up. let's do it. >> all right. we will place those in there like that for about four minutes. minutes. >> uh-huh. so these look amazing. and you know they're done because of the golden brown, the melted cheese right? >> exactly. >> all right. let's take them off. i think the only thing left to do is eat these. >> all right.
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oops. cheers. cheers to summer. cheers to the hotel. >> absolutely. >> let's do it. it's time. it's finally time. looks so good. oh, my gosh. that is incredible. >> and our thanks to the refinery hotel. they have a little pop-up bungalow where you can try it. how is it? >> lobster is. >> delicious. >> you can't go wrong. >> over your shoulder #man over tj's shoulder is bk. how is it? >> it's delicious. i'm almost done. you have to catch up. >> we don't usually feed him. >> this is the first meal of the day. breakfast of champions, lobster. >> you can't go wrong. lobster, throw in some cheese. >> beer would be good too. >> see, this is why we don't feed him. this is why we don't get him involved. >> no drinking. got to get back to work.
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♪ so last week tj abby took part in a little experiment. >> uh-huh. >> with all of you. we insomniacs pay close attention to the details of the show. you might have noticed we actually wore the exact same outfits every day last week. >> she's not kidding. take a look at this folks. we didn't try to pull one over on you. this was inspired by this young lady. this is matilda. she is an art director tired of running late to work. she said so much time was taken up trying to find something new to wear every day.
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she essentially has a uniform. we wondered what would happen if we did this. so take a look. we're not kidding. every day we were on the air last week you're not saying the video from the same show. this is different days and in my case same black suit same red tie. white shirt. i just changed the pocket square out. >> i changed the hair styles the belts, necklaces and i will tell you if you look very closely, at some point i went home and i wore the dress, i opened a jar of almond butter. it spilled on the dress. sandy our director noticed that next day. it's a stain in the front. i still continue to wear it even though i had it dry cleaned. >> yuk. >> if you see right there, there's a huge stain. i had it dry cleaned twice. but look it's like a dark black stain in the middle of that. >> you did a good job pitching your stuff up. if a lot of people will remember and to this point, nobody noticed. but a lot of people remember the guy in australia television
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anchor wore the same suit for a full year making the point of the difference what women have to deal with versus men. no one, not a single person ever mentioned that i was wearing the same suit. i see some of our producers in the back. kim, i see you over there. she's surprised he was wearing the same suit? nobody knew. but in your case some actually noticed. >> people noticed and at one point, the show we do after this one, america this morning, i had to change because the stain was so apparent that day. sandy an said why don't you change. i found another black black dress. people noticed that it was a different dress. the one there second to the left. that was a different dress. i had to change because of the horrible stain on. it. i'm now in the process of burning this dress. i never want to see it again. >> it's a lovely dress. >> you need to change your outfits. it adds to creativity. >> but it made it easier getting ready in the morning. >> sure did. >> you did a good job. >> i'm going to wear your suits from now on.
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this morning on "world news now," struggle in baltimore. the tension immediately after last night's curfew went into effect as the police neighbors and community leaders demand peace. 3r6 yesterday broke my heart. today i feel proud. >> the national guard's aggressive presence and critical questions how the city is handling the violence. >> legal history. supreme court justices debate same-sex marriage. the activists on both sides and what's next for this emotional issue. and later survival at sea. after so many close calls in the middle of the ocean some important life or death lessons on what to do in the most desperate situation. it's wednesday, april 29th. captions paid for by abc, inc.
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from abc news this is "world news now" with him t.j. holmes and reena ninan. >> a good morning to everyone. it's a crazy crazy evening. >> we didn't know what the headline was going to be when we came on the air when the curfew went into place. but you know what for all intents and purposes maybe a much calmer night and maybe success in some ways last night. >> so far at least. we are going to kick it off with baltimore where there is a week long curfew. it got off to a rough start. 24 hours after the city erupted in violence over the death of freddie gray. the crowd supposed to be off the streets by 10:00 p.m. they clashed with police throwing rocks, bricks bottles. officers quickly got things under control. they will did fire pepper balls and smoke canister. let's start our coverage with karen travers in baltimore for us now. karen, hello to you. >> reporter: good morning, tj andreen na. right now downtown is a ghost
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town. the curfew has been in effect for a couple hours. it took awhile to get everybody off the streets but the police commissioner last night said it's work. ten people have been raestsed. a very heavy police presence throughout the city as officials try and keep calm and avoid the violence we saw last night. darkness fell over baltimore and a curfew went into effect from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. nobody allowed out on the streets. but not everybody listened. >> clear the area. >> reporter: police went around with bullhorns and broadcast messages from helicopters urging people to go home. there were some minor skirmishes protests are throwing bottles at police who responded with smoke and flash bangs but after that the crowds thinned out. across west baltimore, they picked up pieces. >> yesterday broke my heart. today i feel proud. >> reporter: residents coming together to clean up the broken glass and debris. >> it breaks my heart because
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those of us who are from baltimore know how hard we fought for those resources and those stores. >> the cvs pharmacy was looted and burned. >> i feel sorry for the senior citizens now where they going to go to get their medicine. >> that same corner rioting replaced by peaceful protests. there were no clashes but the anger was simmering. the heavy police prissence across the city. 2,000 national guardsmen activated 371,000 police officers on duty. >> acts of violence and destruction of property cannot and will not be tolerated. >> reporter: baltimore officials are hoping things get back to normal tomorrow. the city schools will reopen today and the baltimore orioles will finally play a home game in afternoon at camden yards. but tj and reena, there's a twist. this game will not be open to the public. no fans will be let inside. the gates will be locked. the only people inside there the players. >> wow.
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>> how incredibly odd. butable. karen, there's been criticism over the way the city responded to the violence and that fire at cvs. what are you hearing? >> reporter: certainly issues about the timing of things the governor, larry hogan, a republican said that the mayor took too long to call up the national guard that they were waiting for cues and directions from baltimore officials before they could do that. now, larry hogan did say normally it takes eight hours to get the national guard fully up and activated in these circumstances. he said they did it in three hours. 1700 guardsmen were in baltimore in place and working with law enforcement officials. it was a very tremendous police presence 1,000 police officers in addition to those national guardsmen. >> karen travers reporting live for us this morning in baltimore. thank you so much. we'll check in with you again. >> at least ten people were arrested since the curfew went into effect. >> police commissioner saying he's pleased the community leaders and clergy are urging
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calm. you are seeing some of them here creating a buffer zone between officers and protests are. again, this is an incredible and important image to see because the battles and so much of what the back and forth you've been seeing on the streets of baltimore has been about the police force and what they're supposed to do for the african-american community protect them. a black man died in police custody. but you're seeing black men come together to protect the police. this is a very important image and one of the most powerful ones you see coming out of baltimore. our coverage continues now with mary bruce. she's looking at the mood of the city after this curfew. >> reporter: it's well past the curfew here in baltimore. police are ramping up their blessence. you can hear them coming urging not only the residents to go home but now the media, as well. clearly trying to ensure that the scene here does not turn into what we saw just 24 hours ago. so far very far from that.
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instead of the chaos that erupted right here on these streets, we have been seeing calls from residents, calls from members of the community to go home to end this situation peacefully. in fact just a short while ago, woo he saw an maryland representative elijah cumming taking over the loud speaker from the officials urging everyone to end this situation calmly. as you can see, not everyone is heeding those warnings. there are so many members of this community that feel very strongly that this is their neighborhood their community and they have a right to be out here with or without a curfew. mary bruce, abc news west baltimore. >> thank you, mary. stay with abc news as we monitor the tensions in baltimore this morning. we'll hear from the mother who spared no mercy on her son who join the protesters later this half hour. >> other developing story this morning, the desperate situation in earthquake abravaged nepal. officials there say the death toll from the quake has now climbed to more than 3,000. symptom estimates it could eventually be double that.
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a glimmer of hope though among the devastation yesterday came when rescuers pulled a 28-year-old man from the debris of a collapsed building, trapped there there tlor for nan 80 hours. families are cremate love ones in lines of funerals. >> it's a problem of all nepali. so i'm feeling bad. >> on mt. everest, all climbers have left nepal. at least the nepal side of the mountain. the guiding company say this year's climbing season is over. 1 people including four americans died in the avalanche. saturday's quake so powerful it was detected by monitors as far as away as antarctica and argentina. >> now to that apparently foiled plot to attack the u.s. embassy in saudi arabia. government officials say they arrested nearly 100 people with ties to isis. the fighters planned a series of
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attacks on the embassy. the state department has not provide any details about the plot or the arrests. >> supreme court decision is expected in late june on the question of guy marriage after a day of arguments, the justices left both sides of the issue with something to worry about. here now jonathan carl. >> reporter: >> you're not going to be judged by the constitution. >> you're not going to hell. >> outside the supreme court, a ca ca phone nil of voices while the justices debate whether to make marriage equality the law of the land. at stake, two big questions. do same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry and if not must states that ban gay marriage have to recognize same-sex marriage licenses from other states? the chief justice framed this way. >> if sue loves joe and tom loves joe, sue can marry him and tom can't. why isn't that a straightforward question of sexual
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discrimination. >> all eyes on justice kennedy likely the deciding vote. at first he seemed skeptical about the court changing the long-standing view that marriage is between a man and a woman. >> this definition has been with us for millennia. and it's very difficult for the court to say oh well, we know better. >> but he was also critical of the opponent's argument that marriage is primarily about having children. >> you will some premise that only opposite sex couples can have a bonding with the child. that's -- that was very interesting but it's the wrong premise. >> over the course of two and a half hours of argument the court seemed deeply divided with justice kennedy right in the middle. we'll know his decision and the court's decision by june 30th. jonathan carl abc news at the supreme court. well, at the opposite end of pennsylvania avenue last night, president obama and the first lady hosted a state dinner for japan's visiting prime minister. >> familiar faces here on the guest list. look at that.
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actually saw him at the white house correspondents dinner. that's the seahawks quarterback russell wilson. that was r & b singer sierra. that's george ta kay of star trek fame. the food prepared by i am chef star maramoto including beef, tender leadership tofu cheesecake honey from the white house. i didn't know they had hives there. >> the first lady wearing that gorgeous purple gown. that was by japanese born designer tadashi shoji. she wore the dress by the same designer earlier for this month for her appearance on the "tonight show" and this was actually the eighth state dinner of the obama presidency. next one scheduled with the chinese in the fall. i love that dress. i went online and you can still get a bunch at various department stores by the same designer. >> how much? >> between 300 to $400. >> that's not so bad. >> coming up the high profile award for prominent women that's going to a pig.
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seriously. we'll explain. >> right. also ahead, we return to our top story and the young man getting worldwide attention by dancing in the middle of baltimore's unrest. >> also the mother who gained instant fame for this. for you know beating up her son pretty good. she punished him for joining baltimore's protests are. we'll tell you what she's saying now. >> join us online for our discussion at facebook at cnn fans.com and on twitter at abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans it could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs.
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straight to baltimore. calm virtually empty this morning after an overnight curfew took effect. the rock throwing crowd tried to defy the curfew quickly dispersed by officers. police determined to prevent a repeat of monday's riots. >> and there is an image from the protests of a mother confronting her son there's resonating with so many across the country. >> confronting is one way 0 put it. a parent doing everything they can to keep their children out of trouble. steve osunsami in baltimore with some of the families. >> here's the hard truth, underneath the ski masks and hoodies of rioters are the faces of children. >> you all keep coming to take everything we got. we not playing out here. >> reporter: confronted with so many sad images -- [ expletive ].
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>> reporter: in many black parents in particular are cheering this one. >> [ expletive ]. >> reporter: toye spotted her teenage son on live television throwing rocks at police. she immediately marched herself down to the street fight and dragged him home. >> are you for real? really? this what you want to do? i told you not to come down here didn't i? >> reporter: she cares because she's seen bad things happen to children in her neighborhood before speaking just last year. >> that was somebody's child. and it's real overwhelming. >> reporter: it was her striking video that sent us out to the same neighborhood where we met parents who thanked this mother for her effort reminding their own children to stay safe and respond smartly to police. >> i always know where my kids are. >> reporter: she says her two sons will not be going anywhere. >> we do care for our young ones. woo do care about our city and everyone that's not our blood related children. >> reporter: we're reminded there are real issues for young black people here. high among them is the sense that policing is unfair.
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they told us that you can't begin to pray for peace until you first pray for justice. steve osunsami abc news baltimore. >> some more images from baltimore as the city tries to to recover from so much racial tension.p. take a look at this striking photo going viral. a little boy handing out water with an outstretched hand to a white officer in full riot gear. that photo shared more than 60,000 times. >> another bright spot as the riot raged on monday, one man lighting lightning up the mood dancing on top of a truck. michael jackson's beat it. he broke out jackson's signature moves as helicoptered hovered overhead. >> we saw the worst possibly of baltimore on monday, tuesday we saw the best. this is great. they took it upon themselves and they were too proud to let the rest of the country -- this is what baltimore is. kudos to them. it's the little things.
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michael jackson can do it for you. later in the show a highway rescue. got this one on camera. rescuers not at the scene of the crash but on the phone. how a quick thinker stopped a tragedy from unfolding. >> surviving at sea. matt gutman learns what to do when the unthinkable happens stranded in open water miles from shore. what you learn may surprise you. you're watching "world news now."
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there have been survival stories in recent months where people found themselves strand the in the middle of the sea. >> matt gutman jumped right in on this one. >> in mexico i boarded a chopper for a 45-minute flight over the desert to the village of punt ta twaka. it's here i meet up with dan baird, head instructor from the
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california survival school. why would anyone in their right mind jump out of a helicopter in the middle of nowhere with nothing but the clothes on their backs and the shoes on their feet? well the plan is for dan to teach me how to survive. >> whoo. >> that was awesome. >> but it's a plunge into 70 degrees water as the rush subsides and i acclimate to the temperature, reality sets in. now what? >> your shoes are impeding your swimming. you want to relax. >> the first thing dan tells me to do is take off my shoes and tie them around my neck. shoes are not conducive to treading water and we may be here for a while. >> the first thing we do is maintain our breathing. get it slowed down. slow down our heart rate and figure out how to maintain a float. >> we do that by i just took my pants off. didn't think i'd do this on tv
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ever. >> tie up the legs tight just to make sure we don't waste air space by tying them too far up the pant leg. >> it's a skill ta takes practice. by filling the legs with air, i've turned my pants into a life preserver. as for avoiding sharks as experts told us last year in the bahamas, don't thrash around. you look like food. if you're with another person link arms back to back to fight them off with your legs. you don't see land what do you do? >> you just have to stay calm. and you can conserve your energy. >> dan says your number one enemy is panic. >> if i didn't have a float like a set of pants, another option would be our dead man's float. we fill our lungs with air. >> uh-huh. >> put yourself face down. and just let yourself in float till you feel like you need to take another breath. >> a plunge from the air i won't soon forget. >> whoo. >> all to help you survive the unthinkable. matt gutman abc news.
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supreme court justice. >> and author who tony morrison. >> i'm bothered by that a little bit. >> i think it's great. she's been a trailblazer, teej. >> you didn't notice you called her miss twiggy? you just kept going. i'm on a roll t.j. don't stop me. >> oh my goodness. let me sip my coffee. >> this next story is i don't know if it's necessary if it's sad. if it's just what we need. the selfie sticks have you seen these? we've got an updated version of the selfie stick. this is supposed to, yes, you're looking at that right, reena. that's a selfie arm. what you're supposed to do is put your phone at the end of this thing and you take a selfie. if you're standing and somebody sees you do this you look ridiculous, of course. but when you post the picture, it's supposed to look like you're actually holding someone's hand while they're taking a picture. you see the idea here? >> i get it but i think it's really odd. this reminds me of lurch from the adams family.
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this morning on "world news now," tension in baltimore. the pepper spray and the national guard's noticeable presence as the city goes under curfew. our extensive live coverage ahead. >> story of survival. the man who lived for days waiting for help underneath earthquake rubble in nepal. his amazing rescue in the middle of a disaster. >> the disturbing theft. who would steal an ipad from a toddler? the entire scene captured on camera, and the police calling the culprit a thug. >> and later in "the skinny," we have some new angels representing victoria's secret. meet a new generation of sexy supermodels taking a pretty good career move by wearing very little. it's wednesday, april captions paid for by abc, inc.
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from abc news, this is "world news now" with t.j. holmes and reena ninan. >> well, good morning on this very busy wednesday morning. we'll kick it off with the curfew in baltimore going from its worst rioting since the 1960s to a virtual ghost town overnight. >> at least ten people being arrested overnight. the crowd tried to defy orders to stay off the streets. police restored calm with smoke canister and pepper balls. abc's byron pitts is there. >> reporter: city-wide curfew did not start quietly. minutes into it, police helicopters flew low over protesters urging them all to go home or face arrest. nearly 2,000 national guard troops are here and lining the streets in what is still a state of emergency. tensions are still simmering as we witnessed firsthand. ♪ >> reporter: one moment a peaceful demonstration, the sweet sounds of amazing grace
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when without warning, a scream, a push, confusion. police in riot gear using pepper spray. we've watched adults, many of them parents taking a stand, taking back their neighborhood. >> walk back. >> reporter: this mother of two, registered nurse at johns hopkins hospital. >> this has been a long time. when you have an overreaction, it is an old reaction. >> reporter: she took the day off from work to walk the streets comforting where she could, confronting when she had to. when the worst was over, more than 250 people arrested. including 39 juveniles. >> if our society really wanted to solve the problem, we could. it's just it would require everybody saying this is important. this is significant. >> reporter: it took a small army of local preachers and activists to help restore some >> together we're united. >> as volunteers sought to restore normalcy officials
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focused on restoring order. >> the immediate need is to restore calm and peace to the city. make people feel safe. >> reporter: the violence we have watched the past two days is not unique just to baltimore. but it is uniquely personal to me. i grew up here, proud to say it. baltimore has and still is producing good people. it's never been easy. in these times, it's never been harder. byron pitts, abc news, baltimore. >> passionate story for byron. >> we're hearing that from a lot -- there's several reporters out there who have a connection to baltimore or from there who are letting that emotion come out. it's been very personal. it was hard to see monday a place you've grown up that you love and to see it you know, put on display in such a way where people thinking so negatively about it. we saw the best of it come out today. karen travers is there for us. she's at baltimore city hall right now. karen, hello to you, and you know, we did. we saw the best of baltimore in a lot of ways this past evening. and so it seems like in a lot of ways the curfew worked that authorities put in place but
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also the community came together to make sure that curfew was enforced, as well. >> reporter: that's exactly what the police commissioner said last night. he said the curfew was working. it took time to get everybody off the streets and ten people were arrested but it was working. he credited the community for that. he said there were people in some of those neighborhoods in west baltimore who came out of their houses and were telling the young people the people gathered in some of those intersections get off the street get back in your houses. nobody in those areas wanted to see the violence and chaos that happened overnight last night. >> karen, i know. i have family members who have had doctors appointments canceled in the area today. the unrest clearly impacting a lot of things including games like the baltimore orioles. what's going on over there? >> reporter: today the baltimore orioles will finally play a home game this week. they had two previous games canceled monday and tuesday. today they'll have an afternoon game. there's a little bit of a twist. the game will be closed to the public. nobody let inside.
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no fans, just the players. >> abc's karen travers. that will be a little different. they want to get the game in the books at least. reporting live for us, karen, thank you as always. stay with abc news. we monitor the situation this morning. more live updates from us on "america this morning" as well as "good morning america." >> now to the earthquake disaster in nepal. a huge exodus of survivors boarding buses out of kathmandu. the death toll following saturday's quake has climbed to more than 5,000. that number could double. as alex marquardt reports, yesterday provide some hope amid the devastation. >> reporter: with time quickly running out, rescue teams worked feverishly to find those still alive under the rubble. we watched as french and nepali crews climbed in and out of this building working with almost no light. their equipment powered by small generators. >> when the earthquake struck, all the floors of this house collapsed. these rescuers say they've now
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located someone still alive. they're drilling down and they're going to try to pull him out shortly. the teams peered through a hole in the floor and rescuers worked to free the victim pinned down by a large beam. they slide him out. now free and smiling. >> yes. >> reporter: this 28-year-old rushed through the piles of debris to a waiting ambulance, alive more than 80 hours after the earthquake as cheers went up from his rescuers. but with so much of this country lying in ruin, the death toll is only growing, inconsolable family members have been cremating loved ones. lines of burning funeral pyres. >> i'm feeling bad. it's a problem of all nepalis. so i'm feeling bad. >> reporter: among the dead four americans killed on mt. everest when a huge avalanche slammed into base camp. this country overwhelmed in shock, and trying to save who it can while there's still time. alex marquardt, abc news,
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kathmandu, nepal. >> some more emotional testimony expected today in the movie theater shooting trial out in colorado. nine survivors and a police officer were on the stand yesterday to describe the horror of that night. katie medley who was 9 months pregnant recalled how she took her wounded husband's hand not knowing if he would make it. he did survive. but he can no longer walk, barely able to speak. accused gunman james holmes had very little reaction in the courtroom. >> in houston, the hunt on for a couple suspects police believe to be responsible for a series of robberies. this is outrageous of them. the man ripping an ipad out of the hands of a 2-year-old boy and taking off. it happened days ago in a parking lot of a laundromat. police used strong language in asking for the public's help. >> i've been an investigator for robbery for eight plus years, assigned to the fbi bank robbery task force and i've chased a lot of crooks. this is probably the biggest thug i've ever seen. >> the toddler fell over during
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the robbery and suffered some cuts and bruises. police believe two men were involved and that the same pair are linked to at least six other cases over the last six weeks. >> major clean-up getting started in parts of texas where severe storms unleashed intense rainfall in some 20 years. flash flooding south of dallas. swarmed one road so quickly two women were swept away in their car. a firefighter trying to rescue them ended up needing rescued himself. all three were brought to the safety cold and wet but otherwise in pretty good shape. >> the good news is that those floodwaters will begin receding now that the storms have actually move out and the forecast for texas sunny and dry. the storms moved to florida, the carolinas, heavy rain and flooding >> expect a beautiful spring day, almost everywhere else with temperatures in the 70s. 60s in the northwest and from the great lakes to the northeast, 80s and 90s in the southwest. and the temperatures in iceland will be nowhere near those even though summer in iceland is now officially under way. >> here's how a couple guys got their summer start at mowing the
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lawn despite heavy snowfall and plenty of cold wind. they figured, well, may as well dress the part. they put on shorts and sandals too. >> the truth of the matter here is that one guy's sister lives in sweden and mentioned that they were already mowing the lawn there. they figured they would do the same there in iceland even though it looks a little different. >> they're surprised by all the attention they're getting on social media for doing this. >> we've got "the skinny" in a minute. what bradley cooper, sting and helen mirren have in common this morning. >> later advice from commoners to a royal couple getting ready for two small kids in the palace. we're taking you to london later on "world news now." "world news now" weather brought to you by lifelock. lifelock. [ male announcer ] you wouldn't leave your car unprotected. but a lot of us leave our identities unprotected.
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the curfew in baltimore appears to be working after monday's looting, fires and violent clashes sparked by anger over the death of freddie gray in police custody. 2,000 national guard troops are on the ground along with 1,000 officers who made arrests overnight, at least ten compared to 250 the night before. baltimore schools will reopen today. >> well, this is a story that will resonate with those of us on the overnight shift. federal investigators say lack of sleep and an erratic schedule contributed to a subway crash in chicago last year. the driver admitted she fell asleep as she approached the station in the early morning hours. she told investigators she had worked 12 consecutive days before the crash and nearly 69 hours the week of the crash.
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well, turning now to houston, texas where a collision on the side of the highway could have triggered tragedy. if it were not for a quick thinking team of 911 dispatchers. >> the driver who caused it swerving in and out of lines on the phone heading right for a family pulled over on the shoulder. abc's kendis gibson with this story. >> reporter: watch and listen as a potential tragedy develops on a houston highway. >> oh [ expletive ]. >> oh, my god. two kids. call 911. >> vehicle traveling eastbound. >> reporter: emergency operator alexa got the call early sunday morning. a driver swerving in and out of lanes heading right toward a family of seven with a broken down vehicle in the shoulder. dispatchers spotted the driver on one of the dozens of traffic cameras that dot the highway. with that car getting closer and closer, another dispatcher springs into action, radioing the tow truck operator who has been out helping the family. >> be advised sir, it's a vehicle approaching you that is swerving all over the lane.
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he is about to get on the shoulder. >> the driver pushes the family into the vehicle. seconds later. >> oh, [ expletive ]. >> oh, my god. >> two kids. call 911. >> watch again. in their row escape for the family and the tow truck driver pinned against the highway rail. miraculously escapes injury. that family meeting their team of heroes for the first time saying thanks for saving their lives. kendis gibson, abc news, houston. >> all eyes will be on the nfl this week. we've got the draft coming up. new class of millionaires coming in, but the league is about to lose its long-time tax exempt status. commissioner roger goodell made the announcement in a memo to teams yesterday saying it eliminates a distraction. the nfl has been tax exempt since 1942 but all teams pay taxes on income. one thing this change of status means that is goodell's salary will no longer be made public. that has been about $44 million, $45 million is what he got the past year. >> wow. apparently the nhl is the only team that has tax exempt status
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now. >> nhl is all that's left, yes. >> okay. >> when we come back, we'll introduce you to the newest generation of victoria's secret angels. >> your favorite segment of the morning. paul mccartney making history with the beatles first live in japan. "the skinny" up next. "world news now" continues after this from ou
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>> okay. leading us off big news coming from the land of lingerie. a new crop of supermodels now getting their wings. >> i didn't know this was a thing. i thought they were just victoria's secret models but apparently there's a different class. this is like the elite. >> we're talking about the victoria's secret angels. past angels included heidi, tyra and gisele. ten new angels and the sky's the limit for these ladies apparently. >> very global bunch of women from all over the world but what do you say we introduce the three american gals. first up meet jasmin tookes, she's from california and is a self proclaimed foodie. she posted to instagram yesterday thanking everyone for always believing in her. >> that's the instagram she posted? >> yeah. >> my account is lame. next up taylor marie hill from colorado. she was first discovered actually on a horse farm. she's only 19. but she says she's good at paint
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ball. >> oh. >> is that her? >> yeah. >> colorado gal there. >> and last but not least for american angels martha hunt from north carolina, 26-year-old is a seasoned veteran who loves her doggie. congrats ladies. congrats for the wings. hello. hello. >> i'm supposed to say that though, right? >> wow. >> that's a good pick. see, they're just young ladies. normal young ladies. you put their clothes on, they're just like anybody else. but take the clothes off -- well, the nominations for the 69th annual tony awards are out including pretty big stars. heavy hitters from the film, music and tv worlds were all being considered including check it out, bradley cooper. >> nominated for best lead actor in a play for "the elephant man" a role he held close to his heart since the start of his acting career. rock legend sting received a nomination for best original score for his musical "the last ship," and the best lead actress in a play, helen mirren and
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carrie mulligan go against madmen star elisabeth moss for her performance in the heidi chronicles" and a notable snub finding never land received no nominations despite its star power from kelsey grammar and matthew morrison. the tony awards will be handed out june 7th live from radio city music hall. >> we've got to do a night on broadway. don't show up. i'll buy you dinner. we'll go see a couple shows. we'll have a gang behind us now. we've got people behind us. that will be fine. lucky for us, we did get a double dose of "dancing with the stars" this week. a good show tonight. last night the show pulled out all the stops to celebrate its tenth anniversary. >> kicking off the largest opening number ever featuring everybody from the pros to former contestants, even the judges showing off moves. everybody dancing. >> first season winner kelly monaco and her partner val turning up the heat in the ballroom with this -- hello, somebody give her a pair of wings.
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the pair didn't leave much to the imagination you see with their outfits. they are pretty fit though. which appears to be pretty advanced too with those moves. >> she won the first season? >> oh, yes, she did. >> wow. okay. that's not all. fans were treated to a dance routine from some of the nfl's finest including emmitt smith, jerry rice, hines ward, kurt warner all coming out of retirement for one last dance. they, of course, have all been on the show before. one last thing with sir paul mccartney made history yesterday returning to buddakan for the first time since 1966. beatles invaded japan that year and played the venue but that was the last time he had been there till last night. >> what a return it was. sir paul saved a special treat for the audience playing the song "another girl" from "help" for the first time live ever. the set list included classics like "let it be," "can't buy me
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love" and "hey jude." he makes his way to the u.s. this summer for a select few arena shows and festivals. i hope he shows up on gma. he could be good. >> he'll be here. >> coming up, great kate wait. up, great kate wait. gps >> important message for residents age 50 to 85. write down this number now. right now, people are receiving this free information kit for guaranteed acceptance life insurance with a rate lock through the colonial penn program. if you are on a fixed income learn about affordable whole life insurance that guarantees your rate can never increase for any reason.
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>> now this morning's the world's attention has once again turned to london as we await the future king and queen of england's second born. sara haines is in london with some advice for the soon to be mother of two. of course, it seems there's no shortage of people willing to dole out some advice to this young mother of two. >> reporter: want to know who's ready for a new royal baby? the city of london. brits and tourists alike. we have been here for a week waiting for this baby. can you tell me when you think it will come? . >> tomorrow. >> do you want it to be a boy or girl? >> boy. >> why a boy? girls are fun to play with. some royal watchers even had suggestions for what kate can do to encourage the baby to come, everything from bouncing on exercise balls. >> sit on the ball and you -- >> does that help? like this? who knew. i hope kate's watching. to spicing up what she eats.
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>> curry. >> curry. >> indian curry. >> eating mexican food. >> does that help? i eat mexican all the time. the current great kate wait is reminiscent of the summer of 2013 when the world waited and waited for the birth of prince george who was reportedly a week overdue when he entered the world. wednesday marks prince william and kate's fourth wedding anniversary. whether they'll be a family of four in time for their fourth is anyone's guess. do you want to put in a prediction when it comes? >> may 16th. >> may 16th? >> yeah. >> that baby, she better have that out before then. >> reporter: sara haines, abc news, london. >> may 16th. that's crazy. >> the kid will be what, 2 by then. >> don't miss our updates on facebook wnnfans.com. >> more news from us on abc. stay with us. this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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wó making news in america this morning -- baltimore on edge. a calmer but still tense scene overnight. smoke canisters and riot police. protesters defying the curfew. survivor's story. an american climber missing on mt. everest after the quake found alive. [ sobbing ] >> overcome with joy, his family finding out he's alive overnight. plus new video of the search for survivors in nepal. engine trouble. the plane's propeller stopping mid paper the pilot forced to make an emergency landing. and the passengers scramble to safety. and free fall. adrenaline junkies taking on one of the world's tallest buildings.

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